COVID19: Cases near 600 again, one death

Cyprus reported one coronavirus death on Friday, the second this month, with the number of hospitalisations dropping slightly to 111, while new daily cases neared 600, rising to 594. Daily infections rose

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November inflation rises to 4.3%

Inflation in Cyprus kept rising to 4.3% in November due to the sharp increase in the price of electricity and petroleum products. According to the Statistical Service, in November, the Consumer Price Index increased by 0.57 units to 105.36 from

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List of high tech firms grows

Courting Big Tech and Fintech firms is paying off; as more companies pack their bags to set up shop in Cyprus, Eurisko

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Scary COVID monsters

It didn’t take long for another COVID variant to mutate into a scary monster prompting the world to hit the panic button on the eve of Christmas. Cyprus wasted no time banning

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Scary COVID monsters

It didn’t take long for another COVID variant to mutate into a scary monster prompting the world to hit the panic button

Fighting corruption takes courage

Justice Minister Stephie Drakou was in parliament this week, where she told MPs the new framework for an independent anti-corruption agency would

Stick to the 28/36 rule

Rising prices have been a major topic of discussion over the past few weeks. In essence, however, individuals can do little to

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Turkey vows to stop ExxonMobil drill off Cyprus

Turkey threatens to prevent ExxonMobil’s search for oil and gas off Cyprus after Nicosia awarded it the rights to Block 5 in the island’s economic exclusive zone. Cyprus on Thursday awarded natural gas exploration rights for Block 5 to the ExxonMobil and

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Larnaca marina project call for support

The much-awaited Larnaca port and marina €1.2 bln redevelopment will be a landmark for Cyprus, says Kition Ocean Holdings, the consortium awarded

Scary COVID monsters

It didn’t take long for another COVID variant to mutate into a scary monster prompting the